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neurotechnologies

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  • noun Plural form of neurotechnology.

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Examples

  • "neurotechnologies" in Monaco, not far from where he grew up in the south of France.

    NeuroVigil Wants To Speed Up Treatments Of Alzheimer's And Other Brain Diseases - Zina Moukheiber - Healthworks - Forbes

  • These are enabling technologies that will continue to develop, and that will support the evolution of more sophisticated neurotechnologies.

    Boing Boing

  • Already it is clear that we are justified in having high expectations for the neurotechnologies over the near term.

    A Revitalized Liberal Agenda

  • The most prominent technique among the emerging neurotechnologies is known as EEG feedback, or neurofeedback.

    A Revitalized Liberal Agenda

  • It is not inconceivable that future neurotechnologies may endow some willing neurotypicals with synesthete like capabilities so that they may partake in this type of art.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • One of the scariest things I see about advances in neuroscience is that ultimately these advances are going to point toward directions for the development of neurotechnologies that will make personality and desires malleable.

    Firedoglake » Late Nite FDL: Is The Country Catching On?

  • Inevitably governments, terrorist groups, and other entities will use neurotechnologies to mold minds to give them different values, desires, drives.

    Firedoglake » Late Nite FDL: Is The Country Catching On?

  • Technology Review interviewed bioethicist Paul Wolpe about neurotechnologies that enable you to interact with computers via your thoughts.

    Boing Boing

  • As the use of neurotechnologies continues to progress over the years, we should not be surprised to learn that death is an illusion, that it is not oblivion, that we are immortal, and thus: that we are God.

    The Wonder of Children

  • As the use of neurotechnologies continues to progress over the years, we should not be surprised to learn that death is an illusion, that it is not oblivion, that we are immortal, and thus: that we are God.

    The Wonder of Children

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